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post #1 of 10 Old 01-25-2010, 06:19 PM Thread Starter
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My New Filters

So while taking a pic for the ROTM, I thought I should take a few of my new filters I got from the Diesel Site, Here is the Tranny filter

and the coolant filter,



and this is the stupid plug I had to take out, I had to grind down an old 3/8" extension until it would fit.

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3" DP, w/4" straight pipe to the front of rear tire.
Shimmed FPR.
35" x 12.50. R 16.5 tires 10'' wide rims and NO lift.
Rebuilt turbo, gutted EBPV and pedestal.
IDM Mod.
Diamond Clear Headlights.
Diesel Site's Coolant filter,trans filter.
Fumoto Valve.

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lets try this again.

1996 CC, SRW, LB, 179,000 plus mi,
AFE Stage 2 dry filter kit.
3" DP, w/4" straight pipe to the front of rear tire.
Shimmed FPR.
35" x 12.50. R 16.5 tires 10'' wide rims and NO lift.
Rebuilt turbo, gutted EBPV and pedestal.
IDM Mod.
Diamond Clear Headlights.
Diesel Site's Coolant filter,trans filter.
Fumoto Valve.

To Be Installed:
Herculine the rockers, bed rails and Dually conversion.
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good looking stuff!!! thats a good looking billet coolant block,, so they came from dieselsite.com?


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yes they did,

1996 CC, SRW, LB, 179,000 plus mi,
AFE Stage 2 dry filter kit.
3" DP, w/4" straight pipe to the front of rear tire.
Shimmed FPR.
35" x 12.50. R 16.5 tires 10'' wide rims and NO lift.
Rebuilt turbo, gutted EBPV and pedestal.
IDM Mod.
Diamond Clear Headlights.
Diesel Site's Coolant filter,trans filter.
Fumoto Valve.

To Be Installed:
Herculine the rockers, bed rails and Dually conversion.
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I had to do the same thing for the PITA 5/16" inside square plug. ...then months later I found a tool designed for it's removal.

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Very Clean Install Work. ANd Bob's Billet work is tops.

I bought one of his billet thermostat housing units, with the 203 degree unit.

Where did you get the stainless braid trans lines?

2000 E350-SS-ExplorerExt.MobileLivingRoom-7.3LPSD-3:55LS-SCT1705-DualAmsoilEaAAirFiltersFleetGuardWF-2077CoolantFilter-AutoMeterPhantomGuages-Pyro-Boost-Tranny+HobbsHourMeter-4"SSMagnaFlowWrappedw/Thermo-Tec2"HeaderTape-SonnaxValve+TricumulatorShiftSprings-Mag-HytecTranny+RearEndCover-1UpFrontSpringOption-Bilstein's-Centramatic's-35GallonMainTank+TraxII TransferFlow27GallonAft.Aux.Tank=62GallonRange-ACPM/AIC-DualBattery+Alt-FilterMAG-Fumoto-ALLAmsoil-Alcoa's-GunSafe-KenwoodSystem-PowerTank10#
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Very Clean Install Work. ANd Bob's Billet work is tops.

I bought one of his billet thermostat housing units, with the 203 degree unit.

Where did you get the stainless braid trans lines?
Thank you. the stainless lines came with the kit.

1996 CC, SRW, LB, 179,000 plus mi,
AFE Stage 2 dry filter kit.
3" DP, w/4" straight pipe to the front of rear tire.
Shimmed FPR.
35" x 12.50. R 16.5 tires 10'' wide rims and NO lift.
Rebuilt turbo, gutted EBPV and pedestal.
IDM Mod.
Diamond Clear Headlights.
Diesel Site's Coolant filter,trans filter.
Fumoto Valve.

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I wanted to say that I also bought the stainless shut-off valves for the spin-on coolant filter system and I decided not to install the Valves because the opening was too restricted for my liking. Hooking the hose right up to the spin-filter housing gives me a better flow of coolant.

When I go to change the filter I use a spring Woodworking clamp to clamp the hoses on both sides and it works like a champ.

It adds about 1/4" to 3/8" round extra of coolant flow hooking the hose up direct to the spin/filter block.

2000 E350-SS-ExplorerExt.MobileLivingRoom-7.3LPSD-3:55LS-SCT1705-DualAmsoilEaAAirFiltersFleetGuardWF-2077CoolantFilter-AutoMeterPhantomGuages-Pyro-Boost-Tranny+HobbsHourMeter-4"SSMagnaFlowWrappedw/Thermo-Tec2"HeaderTape-SonnaxValve+TricumulatorShiftSprings-Mag-HytecTranny+RearEndCover-1UpFrontSpringOption-Bilstein's-Centramatic's-35GallonMainTank+TraxII TransferFlow27GallonAft.Aux.Tank=62GallonRange-ACPM/AIC-DualBattery+Alt-FilterMAG-Fumoto-ALLAmsoil-Alcoa's-GunSafe-KenwoodSystem-PowerTank10#
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Any restriction in the valve wouldn't matter. The flow control orifice in the filter is about 1/8" diameter.

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